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06/19/24 10:14pm
The event — the second annual Juneteenth Festival — featured a family-friendly event to celebrate the holiday and encourage visitors year-round.
05/30/24 12:15am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with several Jewish students and faculty, including leaders of Penn Hillel, about their reactions to the Gaza Solidarity Encampment and subsequent protests on campus.
05/29/24 9:07pm
Fox, an award-winning filmmaker, alleged that she was sexually abused by Nash when she was 13 years old. A 16-month investigation “corroborated many of her allegations.” 
05/16/24 11:31pm
The 2023-24 academic year was characterized by the increased national spotlight on Penn due to a range of controversies on campus, increased student activism, and strong connections to national politics.
05/16/24 11:30pm
Penn’s cultural centers are hosting a range of events and special programming in celebration of the Class of 2024.
05/10/24 9:45am
University administrators explained that they acted after the campus had been “under threat” for too long a period of tine.
05/08/24 10:48pm
At around 7:30 p.m., members began moving barriers and at least eight tents onto the east side of College Green as a crowd of 200 people chanted “disclose, divest, we will not stop, we will not rest.” 
05/07/24 12:13pm
 Attendees at the pro-Palestinian rally also alleged additional instances of harassment from two different counterprotesters before and after Hill's remarks.
05/04/24 2:31pm
Cardona describes a "sharp rise in antisemitism" over the past few days, and highlights resources for protecting safety and inclusion on college campuses. 
04/29/24 4:08am
The rally was held “in support of a peaceful campus environment for Jewish faculty, staff, [and] students,” according to flyers circulating on Instagram.
04/28/24 3:26am
As the encampment and programming continues, here is how the University has responded to previous instances of student activism on campus. 
04/27/24 1:12am
Events offered included speakers, poetry readings, and de-escalation training.
04/26/24 9:08pm
Protesters have been notified of their violations and will face sanctions if they do not disband immediately.
04/26/24 2:24pm
Voting on the referendum will be open for all undergraduate students until Wednesday.
04/26/24 9:03am
At the session, attendees heard from 10 members of the Penn community about campus safety, open expression, and administrative inaction since the Oct. 7, 2023 Hamas attack on Israel.
04/26/24 1:50am
The protestors have set up at least 20 tents in front of College Hall after hundreds of Penn students, faculty, and Philadelphia community members rallied in support of Palestine.
04/26/24 1:44am
In the investigation, CSA found that PAO failed to meet three different requirements necessary for student organizations at Penn, according to a source.
04/25/24 8:07pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian is following the rising tensions on Penn's campus and beyond today.
04/25/24 3:05am
PAO’s ban has surprised the Penn community, with students, faculty, activist organizations, and politicians expressing concerns about free speech and the University’s lack of transparency regarding the reasoning behind the decision. 
04/14/24 9:31pm
In an interview with The Daily Pennsylvanian, Toy discussed his career trajectory in Philadelphia, the board’s nomination process, and Parker’s final selection.